A solid first level adventure
I must state that I was allowed a copy of a page of scrolls to read and then make a review.
A page of scrolls is an adventure that intrigued me. When I saw that it was a first level adventure involving goblins, I must say I was not impressed. I have so many first level adventures for Pathfinder so I thought, why do I need another one? I am glad that I had the opportunity to be proven wrong. A page of scrolls is an adventure that where players get their start. It is a pivotal time, because almost anything can hurt or even kill your character. The author Casey Brown does a great job at managing that and making an intriguing fun adventure for players to go through.
I will say that one of my favorite things Casey did in this adventure is include footnotes to certain sections of the Pathfinder Rules that apply to what is happening during the adventure. Brilliant! I don’t understand why this is not done more often. I know it takes up space, but as a GM it is a very useful tool. Casey also puts some great details in this adventure. I loved it.
One other great part of the adventure is that a full write up for the City of Riverton is included. This is where the adventure takes place. My only negative is there was not a map of the City of Riverton included. It is not a necessity to have for the adventure to be ran effectively, but it is nice to have to see the City that the adventure takes place in.
The adventure runs 34 pages, so 17 if you print it out and want to bind it like I did. I did not find any great errors in the pdf so that is always nice.
I found myself enjoying this adventure a lot. I was gladly surprised. I do enjoy low level adventures and this one did not disappoint.
I hope to see further adventures from Casey Brown in the near future. I will gladly review them if offered the opportunity again.
I rate A Page of Scrolls 5 out of 5 stars.
[5 of 5 Stars!]